and i'm playing serious glaswegian in this film. very, very, very scottish in this film. and so doing "take on me" pretending to be drunk in the middle of the day in front of a a lot of disinterested extras was very humiliating. [ light laughter ] and i'm not easily embarrassed. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i was truly dying, dying inside. >> jimmy: why? >> i don't really know. like take four, i was just like looking around, people didn't really give a [ bleep ]. [ light laughter ] looked over at tina, she didn't give a [ bleep ] either. [ light laughter ] then fortunately, john and glenn, the directors were so positive. i think they saw that i was caving in. and i wanted to leave. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i wanted to sort of leave the arena. and they were like -- i went back to my trailer and they brought me a little karaoke set, you know. just as a kind of comradely gesture. >> jimmy: you're supposed to be drunk singing. so you don't have to sound good. >> no, i don't. but i think, i felt i wasn't acting good. and that said, you know, that was a different thing. >> jimmy: see, if edie had to do karaoke and she didn't sound good, that would be embarrassing. >> of course. >> jimmy: she's edie brickell. >> of course, of course.